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Colson Whitehead in SLC- Winner of the National Book Award for fiction

I was excited to hear that one of the hottest authors around is making a stop in Utah this week. There are actually three events that you can catch him at around Salt Lake City. 201 more words

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A Tour of 12 Famous Authors' Homes

I’m back after an unexpected blogging hiatus. The holidays and a flurry of writing projects made me put the blog aside for a while. For one of those projects, I’ve been researching where famous authors lived and wrote. 648 more words

Three Hemingway Stories

It’s late or early one. It’s four O’clock in the Morning and I just got done reading three Short Stories by Ernest Hemingway: “My Old Man,” “In Another Country,” and “Hills Like White Elephants.” I used to read Hemingway alot in High School. 1,992 more words

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From Money by Martin Amis


In L.A, you can’t do a thing unless you drive. Now I can’t do anything unless I drink. And the drink-drive combination, it really isn’t possible out there. 242 more words

Infographic: 20 Quirks & Strange Habits of Famous Writers

You may remember Jack Milgram of Custom Writing from his Infographic, 28 Boring Words and What to Use Instead. He has now shared with us his latest creation: 20 Quirks & Strange Habits of Famous Writers.

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Livin' It Up

Photograph by Paul Trienekens via Unsplash

“My sister is in the country. I have a house all to myself, wear no clothes, take 10 big baths a day, & dine on lemonade and ice-cream…”
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21 Famous Authors and Their Pen Names

For centuries, writers have created pen names to publish their literary works. Adopting a pseudonym grants writers the ability to conceal their true identity for personal, political, and ethical reasons. 2,224 more words